Roman can only make so much money as yet-another-joint-delivering-Viagra-to-your-door, so why not vitamins? BUT, vitamins are so … A, B, B12, C. And if they list out the ingredients that’s just not as cool with the slick graphics and photos.
Why don’t we list this one really exotic ingredient that does who-the-hell-knows what as the very last one … BOOM!
They’ll buy it! Who wouldn’t?
…said the agency who sold the client on this cute/cool concept. Sure, even if it’s Staten Island, they’ll just be like,
“Whoa, cute logo. Hip. Cool. I’m down!”
Then they’ll say,
“Whoa … why am I on a ferry? Not cool.”
Citibank is holding everything up.
They also have a lotta people’s money too
On the subway, a rather sloppy ad for The Guardian Angels. It’s not like they bought ad space and have an agency running their campaign.
That’s what happens when you have CRAZY J handling your media.
I think when Home Depot sponsored Nine Inch Nails’ “Sheetrock Tour” the Stones were all:
“WHO DOES TRENT REZNOR THINK HE IS?! GET US A CORPORATE SPONSOR NOW!!”
other bonus throwaway jokes include:
“Can’t ya hear me knockin’ because this package cannot be delivered without a signature”
“I can’t get no overnight shipping”
“Sympathy For The Bubble Wrap”
“Give my 2 pound package shelter”
You’re a doctor, but you’re in tights like a superhero.
You don’t have a cape but you have a white coat on.
You’re clearly about all kinds of alarms, but you just happen to throw in “medical alerts too?!”
DUDE … WHAT ARE YOU!?!?
It’s just a little hard to read.
Considering the amount of detail, it’s very easy to lose this apparent honesty on the part of the MTA.